Broadcast Television in 30 Million Homes for Pennies per Day, But We Need Those Pennies!
Please help keep Inn broadcasting.
Click Here To Donate!
Your donation is TAX DEDUCTIBLE!
I.N.N World Report Talk Radio
Logos Radio Network » INN World Report Radio
|Free Speech Truth Talk Radio at Its Best
05-16-13 INN World Report Radio
Replay of 05-09-13. Guest Carlos Warner. Carlos Warner is an Assistant Federal Defender representing 11 men held without charge in Guantanamo Bay. Carlos has been a public defender for 15 years. He has traveled to Guantanamo approximately 30 times and has been to the base twice since the current hunger strike began on February 6, [...]
05-14-13 INN World Report Radio
Guest Karin Lee, Executive Director of the National Committee on North Korea. (http://ncnk.org) INN_Radio_2013-05-14_64k.mp3 INN_Radio_2013-05-14_16k.mp3
05-09-13 INN World Report Radio
Guest Carlos Warner. Carlos Warner is an Assistant Federal Defender representing 11 men held without charge in Guantanamo Bay. Carlos has been a public defender for 15 years. He has traveled to Guantanamo approximately 30 times and has been to the base twice since the current hunger strike began on February 6, 2013. INN_Radio_2013-05-09_64k.mp3 INN_Radio_2013-05-09_16k.mp3
INN Syndicated News Radio
Top-of-the-hour 3-minute news packages and daily news wrap-up now for radio!
INN World Report Radio
INN World Report
Host: Thomas Kiely
Tuesdays &Thursdays 6:00pm-8:00pm Central Time
Hear LIVE show
CONTACT US & HELP CONSISTENTLY SCOOP CORPORATE MEDIABeat The Press
Send us your tips, links, and comments.Click here.
Social Sharing Buttons
DONATE TO I.N.N
Syrian Authorities Mutilated 13-Yr-Old Boy
A video showing the mutilated corpse of a 13-year-old boy named Hamza Ali al-Khateeb has galvanized protesters in Syria who are seeking the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad's regime. Arrested during a protest in the southern town of Saida on April 29th, Hamza's body was returned to his family a month later. His neck and back were broke, his knee caps smashed, his penis cut off. Syrian Activists rejected an amnesty offer from Assad Tuesday as a sham, vowing to keep up the pressure. Read more
Pakistani Journalists Killed After Exposing Pakistan's Military/al-Qaeda Connection
Pakistani journalist Syed Saleem Shahzad, who had earlier told a rights activist he had been threatened by the country's Inter Intelligence Service was found dead Tuesday near Islamabad. Shahzad had most recently investigated links between Pakistan's military and al-Qaeda when he began receiving threatening phone calls. Police said Shahzad's body showed signs of torture. Several Pakistani journalists have been found dead in similar circumstances. Read more
41 Killed in Street Clashes in Yemen
In Yemen, at least 41 people were killed Tuesday night in ongoing street fighting between government forces and opposition tribal fighters in the capital, Sanaa. Medical workers said both rebels and fighters loyal to President Ali Abdullah Saleh were among the dead. Hundreds of people have been killed in Yemen since nationwide protests calling on Saleh to end his 33-year rule began four months ago, inspired by the popular uprisings that erupted in Tunisia and Egypt.
Mubarak To Be Tried for Graft and Murder
Authorities said Wednesday Egypt's former President Hosni Mubarak and his two sons have been ordered to face trial starting on August 3rd in Cairo for their role in killing protesters and for graft. Mubarak, ousted on February 11 after mass demonstrations demanding he end his 30 years in power, has been questioned for his role in a crackdown that led to the killing of more than 800 demonstrators and has been probed over corruption. Read more
Spain Underscores Food Safety Amid E. Coli Outbreak
Spanish farmers are angry that their cucumber produce has been identified as the possible source of the deadly E. Coli outbreak that is having a devastating effect in Europe. Spanish politicians are dissuaded by the news and in an effort to calm fears are seen on television eating cucumbers. But Spanish farmers fear the damage has already been done with millions of euros in losses that threaten to destabilize the whole country's already-ailing economy. Several have died across Europe and hundreds of others are sick in what has become one of the largest E. Coli outbreaks in the world. Read more
Millionaires Control 39% of the World’s Wealth
According to a report by the Boston Consulting Group, the world’s millionaires represent 0.9% of the world’s population but control 39% of the world’s wealth, up from 37% in 2009. Their wealth now totals $47.4 trillion of investable wealth, up from $41.8 trillion in 2009. Millionaires control 29% of North America’s wealth and about 38% of the wealth in the Middle East and Africa. Read more
AT&T Donates to Charities to Garner Political Influence
The website Politico reported Wednesday, AT&T has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars over the past several years to charities affiliated with top lawmakers who oversee telecom policy. These donations will likely prove valuable for the telecom giant as it seeks federal approval of its $39 billion merger with T-Mobile. Most notably, AT&T’s money has flowed to charities connected with Sen. Jay Rockefeller, chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, which has jurisdiction over the Federal Communications Commission. Read more
National debt limit: Grand bargain eludes, narrow deal likely
The republican controlled US House of Representatives voted Tuesday not to raise the national debt limit without conditions attached to curb future spending. The vote was largely a symbolic gesture in the Republican's push for deep spending cuts in return for increasing the debt limit, due to expire this summer. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said President Obama will continue to seek an agreement with Republicans. Read more
Treasury 10-Year Yields Fall Below 3% for First Time in 2011 on Jobs Data
Treasury 10-year yields fell below 3 percent for the first time in 2011 after ADP Employer Services reported that U.S. companies added fewer jobs in May. Yields dropped last month the most since August 2010 before the Labor Department’s payrolls report this week, which is forecast to show hiring slowed. A report scheduled for Wednesday is forecast by economists to also show U.S. manufacturing expanded at the slowest pace in seven months. Read more
Pentagon doesn't rule out military force against cyber-attacks
On Tuesday, the Pentagon said ...
it is formulating a new strategy on how to respond to cyber-attacks that would include using military force. Pentagon spokesman, Col. David Lapan, said if the attack is serious enough, "a response to a cyber-incident or attack on the U.S. would not necessarily be a cyber response... All appropriate options would be on the table." The final public portion of the "Defense Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace" is expected to be released in two or three weeks. Read more
Gil Scott-Heron Dies
Poet, activist, and recording artist Gil Scott-Heron passed away Friday. Haron's syncopated spoken style and pertinent critiques of politics, racism and mass media in pieces like "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" made him a notable voice of black protest culture in the 1970s and an important early influence on hip-hop. Read more
I.N.N. CLASSIC INTERVIEWS